CAC Next 20

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The CAC Next 20 is an index of security prices used with the Euronext Paris. It gathers the 20 companies whose market capitalizations are ranked after those of the 40 companies who compose the CAC 40. These 20 are possible candidates to replace the members of the CAC 40 index. The CAC Next 20 was launched on 31 December 2002. Like the CAC 40, this new index is calculated uninterruptedly every 30 seconds.

Composition[edit]

The following is a list of the CAC Next 20 companies, as of the quarterly reshuffle effective 19 December 2011 which saw Suez Environnement replace Legrand.[1]

Company ICB Sector Ticker symbol
Air France-KLM airlines AF
Arkema commodity chemicals AKE
Bureau Veritas business support services BVI
Casino Guichard food retailers and wholesalers CO
CGG oil equipment and services GA
Dassault Systèmes software DSY
Edenred financial administration EDEN
Eurotunnel railroads GET
Gemalto electronic equipment GTO
Hermès clothing and accessories RMS
Klépierre retail REITs LI
Lagardère publishing MMB
Natixis banks KN
SES broadcasting and entertainment SESG
Scor reinsurance SCR
Sodexo restaurants and bars SW
Suez Environnement water SEV
Thales defense HO
Valeo auto parts FR
Wendel specialty finance MF


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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Index Announcement". Euronext. 1 December 2011. Retrieved 18 December 2011. 

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